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“Currently, most girls don’t encounter engineering until very late. With no specialist STEM teacher to introduce the foundational ideas and practices early, and with few role models to show they belong in the modern engineering workplace, why would we expect them to invest in studying the maths and science subjects they need for a career in engineering?”
Dean of Engineering Professor Elizabeth Croft and Executive Dean of Monash Education Professor John Loughran discuss the need for specialist STEM teachers in the primary school.
Keen to go to Mars via Utah? Apply to join the 2019 Nova Rover Team!
Who's keen to join the amazing Robogals Monash? Sign up for a volunteer training session through the link.
Be like Elise and join Engineers Without Borders Monash! Check their page for all the details on their AGM happening September 20.
We know there's plenty of future leaders in Monash Engineering.
Applications for the 2019 Top 100 Future Leader Competition close tomorrow - good luck!
RT @MonashCivil: This semester our visualisation lab is up and running. Check out the how its already being used to enhance our research,…
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RT @anucecs: We are leaving women on the sidelines. We need to teach engineering at kindergarten and primary school levels, and talk to our…
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